Lois Faye Hagemeister, 75, of Fargo, North Dakota, passed away on December 20, 2020 in Fargo.
Lois Faye was born in Fargo to Maurice and Ella (Hove) Hagemeister on December 27, 1944. She went to school at Argusville High School where she was a member of the Dakota Peppers Girls Club. After high school she worked as a nanny for different families for a number of years, including 16 years for her brother, Wayne’s, children. In the 1990s, she joined the Dietary staff at the Good Samaritan Center in Arthur in 1996 before becoming a resident in 2011. Lois Faye would later move to Fargo as a resident of Elim Rehab and Care Center.
Lois Faye was sweet and quite introverted, but with a wry sense of humor and wit. She said a lot with just a look, a shake of her fist and a smirk, or an all out belly laugh. She was a romantic at heart and her love of soap operas and romance novels are proof. She was a voracious reader and has read thousands of books over her lifetime. She loved spending time with her nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews. She also had a close bond with her brother, Wayne, who was there to help out where he could and later would take her out on shopping trips.
Lois Faye is survived by brothers Wayne (Elizabeth) Hagemeister of Argusville, ND, and Dan (Shirley) Hagemeister of Mandan, ND; nieces and nephews Paul Hagemeister of Argusville, ND; Beth Hagemeister of Argusville, ND; Danielle (Paul) Wetzstein of Bismarck, ND; Ellen (David) Nowatzki of Grand Forks, ND; Jason (Jena) Hagemeister of Mandan, ND; Eric (Kara) Hagemeister of Fargo, ND; Travis (Marla) Hagemeister of Mandan, ND; and 11 great nieces and nephews.
Lois Faye is preceded in death by her parents, Maurice and Ella Hagemeister, and siblings, Alan Hagemeister and Carol Hagemeister.
Visitation will be from 1-2 pm, Monday, December 28 at Boulger Funeral Home in Fargo with a service to follow at 2pm. Burial will be in Argusville Cemetery. Arrangements by Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life Center.
Memorials may be given to The Meadows on University or Hospice Red River Valley. The family of Lois Faye wishes to extend our sincere thanks to the caregivers at Good Samaritan Center of Arthur, Elim Rehab and Care Center, The Meadows on University, and Hospice Red River Valley.